“Hey Siri! Call an ambulance!” This is what Stacey Gleeson yelled across the room to her iPhone as she started compressions on her one-year-old daughter who had stopped breathing. Stacey noticed a problem with her daughter Giana and had dropped her phone when she turned on the light to the room. “As cheesy as it sounds […]
All baseball fields on city-owned land will be required to have a defibrillator onsite during youth baseball games under a new law Mayor de Blasio signed on May 10, 2016.
As more and more people recognize the importance to gain CPR certification there has been a growing need to increase the number of opportunities to provide more ways to learn CPR and Basic Life Support for health care professionals, caring citizens, and fitness trainers. At LifeSavers, Inc. we are delighted to offer our newly expanded […]
On April 22nd governor Nikki Haley signed a bill requiring all high school students be trained in CPR. House Bill 3265 was sponsored by over 20 representatives and and was approved unanimously.
A happy ending to yet another sudden cardiac arrest case involving a High School student. This scary incident happened in Bloomfield, New Jersey on March 11, 2016.
Lisa Garr interviews Lifesavers Inc. President Bob Stickel at the Cardiac Care Update Conference in San Diego. Watch this video to get a great inside of Lifesavers Inc. and our work. They discuss alarming facts about Cardiac Arrest, how you can help and the latest laws about CPR Certification.
While we are so busy with all the daily demands of our lives, it is helpful for us to be aware how important a healthy heart function is to our very existence.
Claire Crawford is a 17 year old volleyball player at Loganville Christian Academy in Georgia whose heart stopped in the middle of a game. In the incredible and shocking video we see her collapse to the floor in full cardiac arrest.
Check out this great article bout how initiative from one town citizen really made a difference through community fundraising. Now the Township of Washington has what they need and are prepared to save lives in their town.